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Read to Me: a psychometric collaboration with objects

From now until Christmas, WSA Library will be displaying an exciting new exhibition by artists’ book maker Sarah Bodman. In this guest blog post, Sarah discusses how an interest in Victorian spiritualists, telepathy… Continue reading

Call for papers: In the Loop at 10

Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton 19 – 20 July 2018   Image of work exhibited at the first In the Loop Conference Keynote Speakers Professor Jessica Hemmings Professor Ingun Grimstad Klepp… Continue reading

Jane Austen in the Library

Jane Austen’s life and work has inspired countless writers and artists, and as part of the celebrations marking the 200th anniversary of her death we take a look at how she is represented… Continue reading

Make do and Mending: Crafting Sustainability

Winchester School of Art (WSA) is hosting the 2nd Fashion and Sustainability Forum today. Alongside this WSA Library has collaborated with Associate Professor of Fashion, Dr Jo Turney, who provides our guest blog below, to curate an… Continue reading

The British Art Show 8

  If you haven’t already visited the British Art Show 8 (BAS8) then now is the perfect time to escape the sales and explore the best of British contemporary art. The British Art Show… Continue reading

Alice at the British Library

Last Wednesday I visited the British Library and managed to squeeze in a visit to the exhibition, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, celebrating 150 years of the publication of Lewis Carroll’s book. This much… Continue reading

‘Bigger on the Inside?’ by Mike Nicholson

 For international Zine Library Day we asked artist and writer Mike Nicholson, whose work we hold in the Winchester School of Art Library, to give his views on zines and libraries  Bigger on the Inside? What… Continue reading

Closing Party of ‘The Exchange: Connecting Culture, Creativity and Community’

The Exchange is a community engaged art project that took place in the City Space at Winchester Discovery Centre from 23 May to 5 July, led by artists Orah Bradshaw and myself, Noriko… Continue reading

Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963-2010 – Exhibition at Tate Modern!

I ventured up to London to see the Sigmar Polke exhibition, ‘Alibis’ at the Tate Modern. Polke’s work and ideas span numerous mediums, which inspires me, and his voice is radical and anarchistic,… Continue reading